Nicolina Stylianou thinks in animals.  She negotiates the state before the immanent existence of objects, and how to delve into noise. She thinks about the pre-identification of an object and the seduction of aesthetics considering the unmeasurable prompts if they were experienced by an infant.  Nicolina Stylianou is a visual performance artist who builds wearable sound sculptures and experiments with sound.  Her interest lies within ritualistic loops and looks into the relation between Apolline and Dionysiac culture:  information and noise, cognition and sensation.


Live experiments with sounds, loops, and noise through the means of the wearable sound sculpture. 

Image Credits: Nicolina Stylianou, ‘I Think in Animals’, Bubbly Creek Performance Art Assembly – dfbrl8r Art Gallery, curated by Angeliki Chaido Tsoli, Chicago (IL) US, 2019. photo courtesy of James R Southard of Under-Main